Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl Written by Herself
Publish date: January 1st 2010
Publisher: MVB E-Books
Edition language: Deutsch
, Non Fiction
, African American
, American History
Probably as interesting for the polemical dance Jacobs is doing as for the story itself. Jacob spends the book attempting to convince neutral readers (largely white women in the North of the US) that Slavery Is Bad, and while playing to that, she has to shade over some things she's done and highligh...
Being a subscriber to Brown Girl Collective, a Facebook page that regularly features inspirational Black women in history, I happened upon the life story of Harriet Jacobs, a runaway slave. Learning she had written a book (under the pseudonym Linda Brent), I knew this was a must read and promptly go...
I was assigned this book in college and its made a powerful impression, especially since it was the first slave narrative I had read. I would later read Frederick Douglass' My Bondage and My Freedom, and especially after reading that, the man is one of my greatest heroes, and that's one powerful boo...
For the most part, stories like this are not ones that I read willingly. I am not someone who follows after those persecuted and who have gone through many hardships that are based on reality because, like everyone else, I have enough hardships and things in my own life that I have to deal with. I r...
A book that should be read. People should really try to understand what it was like to be a black women slave during the first half of the 19th century.
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